River State ordered non-consumption of 'ogogoro' till further notice

The government of River State of Nigeria
evaluated that the
loss of life from devoured harmful locally made gin, generally known
as ogogoro, has ascended to
66 from 38.


The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr Somiari
Harry uncovered this to writers soon after a meeting with merchants of
ogogoro, and said endeavors were on to guarantee stoppage of
utilization of the gin till further notice.

A noteworthy merchant of the neighborhood gin in Nembe/Creek street
territory in Port
Harcourt, who was at the meeting, said it was grievous
that dealths were being followed to
utilization of the gin.


He said his family had been in the business since 1971, and that
no one had passed on from devouring their item.


He demanded that the demise so far recorded in the state originated from
a neighboring state.


He said they generally purchased what
they sold from neighboring Bayelsa State, focusing on that their own
was without toxin.

He said since news of the losses softened out up the state,
they had been compelled to bolt up
their shops, guaranteeing that they would chip in with government
until the issue
was solved.

Prior in the day, Deputy Legislative head of the state, Dr. Ipalibo
Banigo, spoke to individuals in the
state to stop utilization of the
'ogogoro', asking them to dodge it in
customary occasions.

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